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Global crises and the architect’s social responsibilities under discussion at AIA Conference

Global crises and the architect’s social responsibilities under discussion at AIA Conference

Kate Goodwin, curator and Adjunct Professor (Architecture) at the University of Sydney, reports back from the AIA Conference in Melbourne.

The Stirling Prize-winners setting up a Sydney studio

The Stirling Prize-winners setting up a Sydney studio

British architecture practice, AHMM, now has a home in Sydney. We caught up with Paul Monaghan ahead of his Australian Architecture Conference keynote speech.

King Henry VIII and a Chinese Cricket Club: Layers of eclectic history in THDP’s London hotel design

King Henry VIII and a Chinese Cricket Club: Layers of eclectic history in THDP’s London hotel design

In a Grade II-listed building in the heart of London, THDP has recently designed the Hyatt Regency London Blackfriars, complete with multiple hospitality offerings.

‘Sticky tenants’ with Make Architects: UK learnings for Australian build-to-rent

‘Sticky tenants’ with Make Architects: UK learnings for Australian build-to-rent

What can Australian build-to-rent (BTR) developers learn from the experienced UK market and how can these lessons be applied locally? Frank Filskow shares valuable insights from Make’s work and research in the UK and Australia.

The best new products from London Design Festival 2023

The best new products from London Design Festival 2023

Discover the latest furniture, lighting and accessories from the 21st edition of the London Design Festival, from previously unseen designs from Mid-Century masters to innovative new materials.

An unprecedented inquiry into precedents with Kevin Carmody

An unprecedented inquiry into precedents with Kevin Carmody

Following his recent keynote speech at the 2023 Australian Architecture Conference, we spoke to architect Kevin Carmody about his inspirations and experience.

Kristen Whittle and the quest for soulful density

Kristen Whittle and the quest for soulful density

Building on a profound depth of experience, Kristen Whittle is orchestrating his very own studio with a humanistic design philosophy based on care.

7 eye-popping installations at London Design Festival

7 eye-popping installations at London Design Festival

The 21st edition of the London Design Festival showcased the full breadth of talent in the British capital – from impressive brand collaborations and product launches to emerging talents. Mandi Keighran rounds up her top program highlights.

John McAslan + Partners: Celebrating a new book and five years in Sydney

John McAslan + Partners: Celebrating a new book and five years in Sydney

Luminaries from across the architecture community recently gathered at the Opera House to mark both a book launch and the five-year anniversary of John McAslan + Partners’ Sydney practice.

Invested in design: Meet SJB’s Charlotte Wilson

Invested in design: Meet SJB’s Charlotte Wilson

From interior architecture to speculative subterranean design, Charlotte Wilson of SJB is one to watch in the Australian design world.

“People want meaning in their work”: The architecture of employee ownership with Make and Meld

“People want meaning in their work”: The architecture of employee ownership with Make and Meld

Employee ownership comes in many different forms and there is certainly no one size to fit all. It’s a growing trend, especially in design firms overseas, so Timothy Alouani-Roby spoke to some of those blazing the trail in Australia.

Sculptor Laurence Edwards brings a gathering of uncertainties to Orange

Sculptor Laurence Edwards brings a gathering of uncertainties to Orange

English artist Laurence Edwards confronts questions of masculinity with his at times unsettling bronze forms. An exhibition of work comes to Australia at the Orange Regional Art Gallery.